A 44-year-old mother with an "amazing passion for her children" was found dead by a friend in her Bungay home, an inquest has heard.

A 54-year-old motorcyclist died after his bike collided with a car an inquest has heard.

A call for action to improve the A14 has been made after a jack-knifed lorry closed the road for more than four hours, causing chaos on Ipswich's roads.

A 32-year-old father who "doted over his daughter" died in a collision with a lorry, an inquest has heard.

The A14 has reopened after a crash between two HGVs blocked the road for more than four hours.

An extra 126 homes could be built in Ravenswood after land set aside for a new business park in Ipswich's local plan was changed to allow for more houses.

An Ipswich father with a 'brilliant sense of humour' died suddenly at home, an inquest heard.

Calls have been made to reduce the amount of disruption caused by roadworks on one of Ipswich's busiest road after new figures show that works were scheduled for 600 days over the last three years.

A new service station with two drive-thru restaurants and a coffee shop on a former motocross track off the A14 have been given the green light - creating 50 new jobs.

Parking charges are due for a shake up in West Suffolk as councillors discuss plans to increase the cost of tickets in a bid to raise £300,000 extra cash.

The approval of plans to build a new service station off the A14 in Sproughton has been described as "undemocratic" by local politicians.

Flooding outside of Ipswich Town's Portman Road stadium has returned after more heavy rain hits Ipswich.

A garden community project in north Essex has received a huge funding boost in a bid to bring forwrd plans to build 43,000 new homes.

Plans for a new 27-mile coastal path between Shotley Gate and Felixstowe Ferry, providing walkers with improved access to the Suffolk shoreline, have been revealed.

Ipswich Town players were pulled off the pitch after heavy rain and strong wind threatened their League One tie away at Oxford United.

The closure of the Orwell Bridge for the second time in as many days has sparked anger after roads in Ipswich became clogged by traffic as motorists tried to avoid the A14.

Trees and debris are causing chaos on Suffolk's roads as high winds batter the county as stormy weather hits East Anglia.

Breaking Orwell Bridge CLOSED due to strong winds

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

The Orwell Bridge has been closed by Highways England due to strong winds causing traffic chaos across Ipswich.

An anti-racism vigil has taken place in Bury St Edmunds after a number of swastikas were painted on a car park at a Suffolk college.

Dog walkers have been warned to seek urgent help for their pets if they have eaten anything suspicious after rat poison was left on pavements in a rural Suffolk village.

Nearly 300 hate crimes where a member of the public was told to "go home" have been reported to police in Suffolk since 2014 new figures show.

The owners of an historic Suffolk pub, rumoured to have once been linked to notorious gangsters the Kray twins, are appealing to customers to "use or lose it".

Burglars smashed through a metal gate before using sledgehammers to break into an independent brewery in Long Melford, stealing thousands of pounds in an overnight burglary.

An appeal has been made to find Suffolk's star pooch to star in romantic opera La Bohème when it comes to Ipswich in February.

A car has crashed into the front garden of a property in Leiston.

Highways England has confirmed it will be monitoring wind speeds tomorrow as gusty weather could risk the closure of the Orwell Bridge.

A second car in 24 hours has been involved in an accident on a rural road designated as a diversion route.

Money, watches and a pearl necklace were stolen from a house during a burglary in Needham Market. At some point between 6.15pm and 6.45pm on Monday January 6, an unknown number of people entered a property in Hargrave Avenue and a range of items were stolen including a quantity of cash, two watches, a pearl necklace and a ring.

A 23-year-old man has suffered cuts to his face and neck after being pinned down by three men during a robbery in Newmarket.

A lane on the A14 has reopened after a car and a lorry collided causing long delays.

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